The cleansing conditioners of the hair care line by Chaz Dean called WEN have been raved about for a very long time. According to Wikipedia, they are primarily a product that is 5-in-1 and is meant to substitute five products that most women use on the regular. It is entirely natural and consists of no harsh chemicals. They are supposed to restore health and purify the hair.
On Bustle, a woman wrote about her experience trying out the Fig cleansing conditioner for one week. Her hair is fine, and her goal was to have moisturized, bouncy, and shiny locks. The first time she used the Wen hair cleansing conditioner, she was incredibly surprised by the amount of product she was recommended to use. The directions point out that the appropriate amount of her hair length (shoulder length) is 16 to 24 pumps.
During the shower, her hair felt thicker, which was a pleasant surprise, and after she blows dried her hair, it was bouncy, shiny, and lively. In the morning, however, the volume was gone, and the roots of her hair were already starting to get oily. On the second day after a second wash, the hair was less greasy. Although her hair was getting more and more flat through the day, the shiny and healthy look of the hair remained.
On the morning of the fourth day of the experiment, the hair was excessively oily and frizzy looking. Dry shampoo was not as effective as she had hoped it would be and curling the hair did not improve the situation either.
The actual positive results of the cleansing conditioner by WEN were visible on day five. The hair was smooth, shiny and silky and on day six the pleasant effects continued.
At the end of the seventh day of the experiment, the woman had experienced both advantages and disadvantages with the Sephora endorsed cleansing conditioner by WEN. Although the hair had been looking very shiny and it was soft, it would become greasy very fast if she did not wash it every morning. She will continue to use the product but not on a daily basis. http://www.ebay.com/bhp/wen-hair-care